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More than 30 students and members of the Hanover community gathered last night in the Rockefeller Center for a slide-show presentation on Jews in Africa.
In support of the nationally recognized Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week, students organized a week's worth of activities this week to raise awareness on campus and facilitate the new involvement of concerned students -- but the general consensus of students involved in the activities is that the campus has not responded with enough enthusiasm.
The "S.E.E.ing the Future Conference" held a community forum in Cook Auditorium Tuesday to discuss how public funds should be distributed in the fields of science, engineering and education.
In 1992, Mae Jemison accomplished the feat that put her in the history books -- aboard the space shuttle Endeavor, she became the first woman of color to go into space.
A group of six government professors met yesterday for a panel discussion on the unfolding story of this year's unique presidential election.
Dr. Laffinstock has become the most highly respected new doctor to board DHMC's elite team of medical staff. Recognizable by his wild yellow hair, ridiculous glasses and black moustache, this young physician is sought after throughout the Upper Valley. In fact, Dr. Laffinstock is known for his ability to cure even the most serious patients.
The scientific community was shocked this week when a team of astrophysicists from NASA announced the discovery that Florida is, in fact, the center of the known universe.
The Dartmouth sailing team raced at the Atlantic Coast Championships this past weekend. Selected freshmen sailors went to St. Mary City, Maryland, and competed against 16 other schools, while the coed varsity team sailed at Kings Point Academy.
When the Dartmouth men's hockey team takes to the Thompson Arena ice this Friday, it will be ready for battle. The Big Green will be battling the Yale Bulldogs and Princeton Tigers. They will also be battling to prove they belong in the upper echelon of the ECAC.
I'm obsessed with money. Well, not really. But for the sake of argument (and for the sake of me finally writing a column that isn't about the fate of our precious Greek system), let's say that I am. When did this happen? I wasn't always like this. I used to be a fun-loving, outgoing guy who valued cherished moments and shared experiences. I used to be able to enjoy the finer things in life without putting a price tag on everything. I used to only be joking when I'd roll down my car window and ask for Grey Poupon. Now I go to sleep with dollar signs in my eyes and my dreams disturbingly include visions of Alan Greenspan where Heidi Klum used to be. All of a sudden, I'm like Scrooge McDuck incarnate.
Dartmouth's Georgian architecture creates a distinct campus feeling that is one of the strongest selling features for the College. Although picture-perfect, these facilities unfortunately do not provide for all of the community's needs. We need more dorm beds, improved academic facilities and additional social space. New buildings must be built -- but expansion does not need to compromise the comfortable feel of Dartmouth College.
Temporarily shifting its emphasis toward services, the Student Assembly took several steps last night to improve Dartmouth Dining Services -- with members pledging to keep Novack Caf open from midnight through 2:00 a.m. and putting pressure on DDS to reinstate an all-you-can-eat food option.
Ron Suskind wrote a book about hard work and determination, but also about crossing the divides that we, as a people, impose on ourselves. Whether based on race, class or intellectual bigotry, Suskind challenges us to open our minds and discover that we have much to learn from other people.
As national and global attention focus on their home state, Floridian students at Dartmouth have their own divided opinions on one of the biggest election controversies this nation has ever seen.
The recently released preliminary Committee on Academic Planning report calls for the hiring of at least 40 more full time scholar-teachers to the faculty, in addition to several other faculty programs, the money for which likely come from the upcoming capital campaign.
They are an embarrassment, plain and simple. They are an embarrassment to Boston, to Massachusetts, to all of New England. No, I don't mean the Kennedys, I mean the New England Patriots -- the same team that went to the Super Bowl in 1996.
The Dartmouth men's ice hockey team returned to Hanover with its first win of the season, but overall the weekend was bittersweet. The Big Green currently stand at 1-1-0 in the ECAC after a 4-3 overtime win over Brown on Friday and a 5-2 loss to Harvard on Saturday.
Warning: This article was to have run last Wednesday, but as many people inexplicably decided to have opinions, some of which were wretchedly incorrect, i.e., "Bush would be a great president" -- my column today will be riddled with anachronisms. True, I could correct tenses and edit but there exist circumstances beyond my control, i.e., a life-threatening condition called apathy and raspberry-flavored Stoli.
As a result of this year's incredibly close election, the American media have focused only on Vice President Al Gore, Governor George W. Bush and the state of Florida for the past week. Unfortunately, this has resulted in the total absence of opinions asserted by people who are not "experts" working for news organizations. In fact, many notable individuals who have valuable opinions concerning the election have not had the opportunity to voice their ideas because the news stations are so determined to have their own people explain the manglement of this year's election. It is important that we Americans hear the thoughts of those shunned by the networks, and therefore I suggest the following people be interviewed so that they may share their important feelings concerning the election: